The ballina property market set to boom

For those that have experienced the coastal towns of Northern New South Wales, most will tell you that one of their favourite spots is the township of Ballina.

For many years Ballina has been a popular spot for tourists that want to get away from the busier holiday destinations and enjoy a relaxing break but still have the opportunity to enjoy everything that other coastal areas have, such as beautiful wide beaches, great fishing spots, an idyllic climate and a friendly welcoming community.

Over the years Ballina has grown, with the town developed at just the right pace, providing a well-services public transport system as well as commercial and community infrastructure, which has prompted growth of this once sleepy community into a thriving, but still close-knit and laidback township.

Ballina has seen a steady pace for sales in the local property market, but insiders are tipping it to be on the verge of hitting a mini property boom over the next couple of years due to some major changes taking place.

Recently the completion of the $640 million Ballina Bypass and $359 million Banora Point highway upgrade have seen the township much more accessible, which has seen a positive impact on business owners, and in turn set the wheels turning for some major property developments, attracting primarily the Baby Boomers to the township, where for many years they have been coming to holiday, and are now ready to call Ballina their home.

In fact, Ballina has earned itself a strong reputation as a lifestyle destination, prompting Developers to plan their projects with this in mind to create a unique living experience for potential buyers.

Reside Living Ballina leads the way in setting the standard for lifestyle-orientated property developments, with the complex boasting 36 spacious apartments that are designed to call home.

With 21 three-bedroom apartments, 10 two-bedroom apartments and five one-bedroom apartments available, the complex is designed to provide a community feel rather than just individual dwellings, with many shared facilities unique to this project, such as a community vegetable garden, room for parking campervans, RV’s and caravans.

The location will also be ideal for the target market, with the main township close by offering professional services, shopping, dining and the Ballina RSL just minutes away.

The Reside Living Ballina project itself has helped create 150 new jobs in the community while under development, which is an added bonus for the township, and the flow on effect for the community is expected to be positive, providing not only a boost for the local economy but also set to see property prices rise as development of this popular region gains momentum.

If you are looking for the ideal retirement lifestyle or investment, Reside Living Ballina is one that shouldn’t be overlooked.